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There are 5 different types of redirects you need to know about: 301, 302, 303, 307, and 308 redirects.
In this guide, we’ll explain what each redirect translates to and when to use 301 redirect and other redirects:
1. 301 Permanent Redirect (permanent redirect) –
What does this redirect mean? The link you are trying to visit isn’t here anymore. The URL has moved to a new address.
In theory, the server is trying to tell that the files (web page or blog post) at the address have moved to somewhere else permanently. This status usually tells the site owner that old address must be deleted and replaced with the new address.
When to use 301 redirects?
If you are going to delete a page, you can use the 301 redirect to forward visitors to the next location.
If you decide to make one version of the same page (often squeeze page) unavailable in favor of another, you can 301 the former.